Legal declaration and combat with fighters and ac



  • Hi guys,
    just one simple question.

    Let’s pretend this situation:
    in CM i declare a ftr and an ac to go in combat with other ships.
    The ftr is supposed to land on this ac, so the move is legal, right?
    No other places to land around.
    During the combat can i choose the ac as casualty before the ftr? Or am I forced to keep the ship alive and eventually destroy it after the ftr?

    Thx.
    Y.



  • you can select the AC as casualty first, but that will undoubtedly mean that, if you win the battle, you will loose the fighter.



  • @Woodstock:

    you can select the AC as casualty first, but that will undoubtedly mean that, if you win the battle, you will loose the fighter.

    Sure!
    Of course I will.

    Thx.



  • You lose the fighter only if after the loss of the AC it has not other places to land. I mean, if the fighter may legally move to land elsewhere losing the AC do not cause the loss ot the figther.



  • @Romulus:

    You lose the fighter only if after the loss of the AC it has not other places to land. I mean, if the fighter may legally move to land elsewhere losing the AC do not cause the loss ot the figther.

    Offcourse, but I was going at his statement of

    No other places to land around.
    [/quote

    🙂


  • Official Answers

    Also bear in mind that the fighter is not lost immediately when the carrier is sunk.  It continues to fight in the air until either it is taken as a casualty or the end of the battle.


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